November 19, 2016

Annual Day is the most awaited event bringing festive and cultural flavors. The event starts by invoking the blessings of the Almighty which is soul touching. The programme further continues with dance dramas, English plays and Tableau. On the other hand nukkad nataks and Exhibitions are organized in the central lawn and the auditorium, respectively. It is a day wherein all the students showcase their talents in different fields like yoga, self-defense, music, etc. Academic toppers of the respective sessions get applauded and honoured every year on the same day thereby recognizing their hard work for successful life.

JKPS celebrated the annual day on November 19, 2016 with great enthusiasm and mass participation. The theme of the annual day this year was "Perseverance". Eminent painter Mr. Sanjay Bhattacharya was the chief guest for the day. The function was also graced by the school chairman S. Surjit Singh Ji and Vice chairperson Mrs. Rasna Singh. The whole school wore a festive look. There was a colourful display of exhibitions on various subjects like I.T., Social Science English, Maths , Science etc. The School students conveyed an important social message through a Nukkad Natak . The budding singers of JKPS entertained the guests by live music.

The cultural show held the audience in awe and left them enlightened as the show culminated. The programme began with a shabad followed by the lighting of the ceremonial lamp. Mr. George Mathew , the Principal, extended his heartfelt greetings and welcomed the guests and parents . He then presented the school report and highlighted the achievements of the students. The chief guest felicitated the meritorious students for their outstanding achievements in academic as well as co-curricular activities. The students mesmerized the audience with their artistic skills and talents .The primary students left the audience spellbound with their meaningful and symbolic depiction of the story from Panchatantra.

The English play "Experiments" conveyed an important message. The dance drama based on the life of Maharaja Ranjit Singh was a visual treat for all. The mellifluous French song also lent a musical touch to the colourful evening. The programme ended with a vote of thanks and the National Anthem.